Correct spelling for LZY

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Possible correct spellings for lzy

  • az The dignified man that i am talking about, never takes enny chances, he weighs every word before it iz uttered, and meazzures every ackshun before it iz expressed, and iz generally az free from blunders, or hits, az a tud stool iz. If he ever duz kik up and frolik he iz like the elastik elephant, and gay and kussid like the hippopotamus or wild sea hoss.
  • cozy "You have a very cozy retreat here," he remarked, "how's the fishing?"
  • dozy DOZY, REINHART, an Orientalist and linguist, born at Leyden, where he became professor of History; devoted himself to the study of the history of the Arabs or Moors in North-Western Africa and Spain, his chief work being "The History of the Mussulmans of Spain"; wrote also a "Detailed Dictionary of the Names of the Dress of the Arabs" (1820-1883).
  • hazy Tom looked at the spy-glass which Archer had thrown into the net and the net seemed all hazy and tangled for his eyes were brimming.
  • hz order of desorption, surface coverage, pre-exponential factor [ Hz] as a function of , activation energy of desorption [kJ/mol] as a function of , gas constant [J/(K mol)], temperature [K].
  • la And Madame la Comtesse?
  • lab To begin, when our lab can't analyze something right away, it's pretty rare-possibly even unknown to chemistry in general.
  • lacy Dowth Castle, on the other hand, was built by Hugh de Lacy, as an outpost of the English pale; but it came at last into the hands of an eccentric Irishman who, about a century ago, bequeathed it and some of the land about it as a school for orphans and a refuge for widows.
  • lady This young lady is a Miss Fielding.
  • lan I s'pose yo' know de story, O my brotherin', er de man Dat wuz rich ez cream, en livin' on de fatness er de lan'? How he sot dar eatin' 'possum, en when Laz'rus ax fer some, He tell 'im: "Git erway, dar! fer you'll never git a crumb!"
  • lao LAO. This proposition is neither more nor less conclusive than the other.
  • lat In the morning of the thirteenth the wind was N.E. with fair weather and little wind, so that we ran near the land again; at noon we were in Lat.
  • law It is the time fixed by law!"
  • lax Another thing for which I feel bound to be grateful to you is the indulgence, the toleration, not condescending nor lax, but, on the contrary, grave and severe, with which you have been able to inspire me for the errors and the sins of my fellow-men.
  • lay The King lay still.
  • laze
  • lazy
  • lb
  • le
  • lea
  • led
  • lee
  • lei
  • leo
  • let
  • levy
  • li
  • lie
  • lii
  • lily
  • lit
  • livy
  • liza
  • llb
  • lld
  • logy
  • loo
  • lot
  • low
  • lox
  • lp
  • lsd
  • lu
  • lucy
  • lxi
  • lye
  • lyly
  • oozy
  • say
  • slay
  • sly
  • soy
  • L Bixa Orellana, L. Nom.
  • Les
  • Lew
  • Lo
  • Luz
  • Z
  • Oz
  • Liz
  • Lou
  • Loyd
  • Lizzy
  • Suzy
  • lays "At Allahabad it lays in February and March.
  • LC
  • LG
  • LL
  • LN
  • LR
  • LS
  • LT
  • ZS
  • ZZZ
  • LBS
  • DZ d[phi] d[psi] d[phi] d[psi] d[phi] d[psi] u = - --- - m---, v = - --- - m---, w = - --- - m---, (6) dx dx dy dy dz dz
  • CZ Czech Republic /ˈtʃɛk/ Czechia /ˈtʃɛkiə/ Common English country name: The Czech Republic Official short English country name: Czechia Official long English country name: The Czech Republic Common endonym(s): Official endonym(s): Adjective(s): Czech Demonym(s): Czechs Etymology: Name of the Czech Republic International rankings of the Czech Republic ISO country codes: CZ, CZE, 203 ISO region codes: See ISO 3166-2:CZ Internet country code top-level domain: .
  • NZ
  • LYX
  • LIX
  • limy

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